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Published September 20, 2016

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Rain helps: Fly Canyon fire 50 percent containment

5 days ago

The Fly Canyon wildfire has been burning since Sept.8-9 as it started with a lightning strike to a tree that smoldered and then took off.

Tragedy for local family at Lake Powell

5 days ago

A local family was spending time at Lake Powell on a house boat. On Saturday Sept. 10, 18 month old Aleeyah Janett Bell apparently fell overboard without anyone seeing her. The family searched the boat and could not locate the child. It was assumed ...

Cleveland Town installs two new council members

5 days ago

The Cleveland City Council filled two vacant council seats at the September meeting. Kristyn Vose and Cindy Ward were sworn in by city clerk Shannon World. Mayor Kobi Erni welcomed them to the council and gave them their council assignments. Councilw...

Bronc and Bulls rodeo coming on Sept. 24 to Huntington

5 days ago

Bronc and Bulls, Inc. is pleased to announce the seventh annual All Rough Stock Rodeo on Saturday, Sept. 24 at 7 p.m. at the Huntington Arena.

Meet the Boulderers coming Oct. 6-8

5 days ago

Alex "AJ" Johnson is a Professional Climber for The North Face. She began climbing in 1997 and has been a prominent force in the climbing community for the last decade. She has been climbing professionally for six years....

Field of Flags Ceremony honors Vietnam Veterans

5 days ago

The Vietnam veterans appreciation ceremony started out with an open letter to the governor published in the Emery County Progress. The letter was written by Lou Sansevero of Ferron. Gov. Herbert's office was quick to respond to the letter and the mon...

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